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Elmbridge Honour Awards
Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards

Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards

We are delighted that 4 RES students were recognised at the Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards ceremony at Imber Court on Friday 5th May. The awards from Surrey Police celebrate the excellent examples of bravery, kindness and hard work achieved by young people in Elmbridge, many of whom are doing great things under very difficult circumstances.

RES students  Katie, Rosie, Jaiya and Hamzah were introduced by parliamentary candidate Dominic Raab and received their awards from the Mayor of Elmbridge Tannia Shipley.

Head of School Mrs Payne read out a brief description of the reason for nomination and said “I was very proud to see the achievements of RES students recognised in the community and to see them enjoying such a wonderful evening surrounded by friends and family.  It was also fabulous to see RES musicians, Luke, Paula and Rebecca, entertaining the audience as well.

Community Superstar
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 00:00

Community Superstar

Surrey Young Superstars awards

RES 6th form are very proud that one of our Year 12 students Hamzah Rasheed has won the Community Superstar category at this year's Surrey Young Superstars awards.

The awards are organised by leading independent travel agent Haslemere Travel in association with the county's largest voluntary youth organisation, Surrey Youth Focus and are sponsored by NatWest.

Hamzah will receive a trophy from the HM The Queen's representative in the county, the Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, at the Surrey Young Superstars special prizegiving ceremony on Sunday, May 7th at the Guildford Harbour Hotel.

Well Done Hamzah!!!

Community Tapestry

Community Tapestry

Communitry Tapestry

Students at RES have spent the last 7 months working extremely hard on part of a community tapestry which is set to travel the country and then finally be exhibited in New Zealand. The tapestry depicts events from WW1 and the Mount Felix Hospital which was set up to nurse soldiers from New Zealand who had been injured during battle. The Hospital itself was based in Walton on Thames so when we heard about the project we were eager to get involved. We have been lucky enough to be supported throughout by our lead stitcher, Katie Crampton who has given up her time to come in to school on a Tuesday afternoon each week; we are truly grateful for all the hours she has spent with us!

Jess Weston, Daniel Lee, Addie Pattas and Emily Blunden all took part and we are so proud of the amazing piece of work that they have produced which will help document this important piece of our towns local history.

All 44 panels, worked on by various groups and individual stitchers from the local community are currently on display at The River House Barn Arts Centre in Walton on Thames. The exhibition is open daily from 10am-4pm until Sunday 14th May. Entrance is free! Please go along and show your support for everyone involved.

Go4SET & BP Challenge
Thursday, 27 April 2017 00:00

Go4SET & BP Challenge

Rydens Enterprise School RES BP Challenge Go4SET

A team of 5 students in Year 9, Harrison Ahmad, Emil Hughes, Matt Hall, Rhys Heather and William Bewsey took part in Go4SET project and have been worked determinedly on two challenges set by EDT and BP. Mrs Puri and two BP mentors were supporting and guiding the students throughout the project. The students had to design a cooling hard hat for BP employees to wear in hot countries to keep them cool and design a way to collect purified water for employees who will be in a middle of a sea with no water.

RES Year 9 Presentation

The students created a stall and conducted a presentation at BP on 27th April to present their work. They also had BP employees, parents and guest visiting their stall. The students were a credit to the school and great ambassador of STEM. They were great public speakers and came across with huge confidence to present their products.

Rydens Enterprise School RES BP Challenge Go4SET

Our students were recognised for the best designed prototype for the hard hat. The students were awarded with 3 certificates and a badge; Bronze Industrial Cadets Award, National Recognition Award for their contributions and Silver Crest Award. The school and Mrs Puri were also presented with a certificate for their contributions to the ‘Challenging Environment’ project.

Yr 9 Girls in Surrey Finals

Year 9 girls make it to Surrey County Finals!

Rydens Enterprise School RES Year 9 Netball

After a long netball season and a lot of effort our work has finally paid off. Since the season started we have all shown commitment to our netball and been at school early for a 7.25am start to training each, which has been challenging during the winter months but with the support of our coach Maggie (Cobham Netball club) we have been able to practise a range of netball skills which has helped us to improve as a team and individually. This has enabled us to exceed this season and win all our matches against the other schools in our league despite a number of injuries within our team. Our hard work has resulted in us being given the opportunity to play in the Surrey County Finals which we are so excited and proud about as it will give us the opportunity to do our best as a team and represent our school, RES.

Abbie Bainbridge and Aimee Boxall
(Team players of RES netball Academy)

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